2 edition of Sociology and social research. found in the catalog.
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Written in English
|Other titles||Journal of applied sociology|
|Contributions||Southern California Sociological Society, University of Southern California|
|LC Classifications||HM1 S75|
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In Sociology and Social Research the authors suggest substantial changes in sociological research, the way in which it is carried out and the conditions under which it is undertaken. Their book is a timely warning to fellow sociologists when the profession is under attack as a result of public expenditure cuts.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sociology and social research. London ; Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, (OCoLC) Research with existing data, or secondary analysis.
Some sociologists conduct research by using data that other social scientists have already collected. The use of publicly accessible information is known as secondary analysis, and is most common in situations in which collecting new data is impractical or unnecessary.
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This incisive work introduces students to the logic of those Logic of Social Research orients students to a set of logical problems. Research Methods Sociologists use research methods to design a study—perhaps a detailed, systematic, scientific method for conducting research and obtaining data, or perhaps an ethnographic study utilizing an interpretive framework.
Planning the research design is .Observational research, also called field research, is a staple of sociology. Sociologists have long gone into the field to observe people and social settings, and the result has been many rich descriptions and analyses of behavior in juvenile gangs, bars, urban street corners, and even whole communities.Learning Objectives What Is Sociology?
Explain concepts central to sociology Understand how different sociological perspectives have developed 1.